Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Chippewa Valley High School's varsity boys basketball team defeated Lake Shore 49-32 Wednesday.
With Wednesday's 49-32 victory over Lake Shore High School (6-15), Chippewa Valley High School's varsity boys basketball team is just one win away from clinching the district title. Competing in Class A District 28, the Big Reds (12-9) will face Sterling Heights High School (10-12) Friday on their home court. Tip-off is 7 p.m. If Chippewa wins their game against Sterling, they'll go on to compete in the regional tournament March 11.
Wednesday, February 27, 2013
A good Samaritan picked up the tab this past weekend for the Lake Shore bowling team and the Shorians want to recognize the good deed.
Members of the Lake Shore bowling team are seeking the good Samaritan who picked up the tab for breakfast Saturday. Before the regional competition in Westland, team members met for breakfast at a Bob Evans. A man sitting in a nearby table paid for breakfast for the 12-person party, and left a "very nice tip" for the waitress. "Needless to say, we were all astonished and very appreciative," Jim DeLong wrote in an email. "We told the kids that this was a good example of a "pay it forward" lesson and that we expected each of them to do a "pay it forward" to some one else." The good deed by the anonymous diner may have inspired the team - the boys finished in second place at the regional team event and will compete this weekend in state …
Wednesday, July 25, 2012
Lake Shore students, and their Chinese peers, played a variety of games and watched a movie during their second week of the exchange program.
Forty-fifth and sixth grade students from Beijing Haidian Foreign Language Shi Yan School and 40 Lake Shore host students are in the second week of Summer Foreign Culture Camp. Each day campers attend morning classes, and in the afternoon participate in a variety of activities. Recently created tie dye shirts and bracelets, played a variety of board games and watched a movie at Masonic Heights Elementary School. Students from China will stay with host families through Aug. 4.
Tuesday, March 13, 2012
St. Clair Shores Patch is partnering with the Lake Shore Quarterback Club to give readers a $5 off coupon to the Shorian Taste Fest.
When was the last time you ate somewhere, bought something or hired someone without first "Googling" the business or product and reading online reviews? Nowadays, people count on online reviews to help them make sound decisions when choosing a product or service. We at St. Clair Shores Patch want to provide an extensive list of reviews of local businesses to help our readers make more informed decisions when doing anything from choosing a restaurant to selecting an auto repair shop or from finding an affordable ceiling fan to getting a tattoo. Here's where you come in. The Lake Shore Quarterback Club Shorian Taste Fest will be held March 25 at Barrister Gardens. Advance tickets are $15, and $20 at the door. Patch has partnered with the …
Thursday, May 19, 2011
The St. Clair Shores schools will likely have smaller per-pupil cuts under proposed budget.
The governor and legislative leaders announced a tentative deal Thursday that would lessen planned cuts to schools and put aside money in the state's rainy day funds. Gov. Rick Snyder, Senate Majority Leader Randy Richardville and House Speaker Jase Bolger made the announcement in Lansing. The terms of the deal include: The governor had asked for a deal by May 31. "We will have a timely, balanced budget in place so that our municipal and school partners can accurately plan for the coming year, avoiding the chaos that too often has been foisted upon them due to Lansing's inaction," Snyder said in a statement. Patch will contact school officials Friday to discuss how much the per-pupil funding cut will affect the three districts in St. Clair…
Friday, December 3, 2010
Huskies' girls basketball team battles back for hard-fought win over Shorians.
In the battle of the Shores on Friday night, it seemed like four different girls basketball teams took to the court. For the Lake Shore Shorians, their better squad played in the first half when they out-hustled and outplayed their crosstown rivals, the Lakeview Huskies—taking a 24-18 lead into halftime. For the Huskies, their better team didn't leave the locker room until after halftime when they came out and blitzed the Shorians over eight, hard-fought minutes, turning a six-point deficit into a six-point lead of their own at the close of the third quarter. Ultimately, the Huskies managed to take that strong third-quarter performance and turn it into a 45-38 win in the first basketball game for both teams this season. "I definitely think…